95% of Internet users use emoticons, which have become a profitable business and an international language that reveals information about each user's profile.
Each day, 10,000 million emoticons are sent on Twitter and 5,000 million in Facebook Messenger. The British application company SwiftKey has done a study that reveals that in Latin America there is the use of "emojis" of babies, although in Brazil they win the puppies.
Argentina is one of the countries that has the least messages with "emojis", surpassing only 3%, and the one that uses more is the one of eyes with format of heart. France, on the other hand, is where the emoticons are most used, in almost 20% of the messages, according to a study from the University of Michigan (United States).
Different universities have associated personality profiles with "emoji" types and even linked them to certain political profiles or countries around the world, and the "Emoji" brand is already registered in more than 100 countries.
Thus, the emoticons have become a universal language, the most used on the internet. So much so that in a report, Brandwatch (a social networking monitoring company based in England) has bet that it will become the first language to communicate with anyone who crosses the language barrier, and that "emojis" will be replacing, more and more, to the text and the words.
The "emojis" became so common that they even made a movie starring: "The Emoji Movie". EFE